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At Knights Enham Junior School we provide…

Inclusive and ambitious learning experiences where our school community feels safe and motivated to achieve their best.

‘Together We Achieve’

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Reading at home: 


Dear Children,


We have put together some FREE resources to help with reading at home. Please remember to read as much as possible, it's the best way to improve your fluency and understanding. Reading is also a great way to relax and unwind, that is important too! This page will be updated regularly with new ideas, so please check back often. To discover more, click HERE visit the School Library page.


Happy Reading!


Mr Parkinson

School Librarian   


Author of the Week




I am excited to announce 'Author of the Week' from Oak National Academy!


Click HERE to read a book for FREE online. This week's book is The Girl Who Stole an Elephant by Nizrana Farook. It's a brilliant adventure, great for fans of Bear Grylls and Gill Lewis. There's an audio book too!


Each week there will also be activities and author videos to download.


Previous Authors of the Week:-

 Jacqueline Wilson


Winter Reading Challenge



Click HERE to take part in Hampshire Libraries' Winter Reading Challenge


This year's challenge is about getting cosy and sharing books together. You have until Saturday 27th February to read any four books of your choice. This includes the books you have at home or the ebooks and audiobooks from our ePlatform.  Every time you read a book, you'll need to write about them in your Reading Challenge Record. You'll be sent a certificate after reading all four books.


Good Luck!


How it Works


1. Not a member of Andover Library?  Click HERE.


2. Sign-up to Winter Reading Challenge  HERE. You will need an adult to help you.


3. Use the Reading Challenge Record HERE to keep track of your reading.


4. Start reading straight away! This includes the books, comics and magazines you have at home!


5. Borrow the  great books from ePlatform.


6. Read AT LEAST FOUR books to win a certificate.


I hope everyone has fun during this year's challenge! I can't wait to find out what brilliant books you've all read!





You can enjoy hundreds of FREE books on a phone, tablet or laptop using our brilliant ePlatform. Download the app from your app store, once installed click on the ePlatform icon and search for Knights Enham Junior School. You can search for books on the main menu or use my  booklists to discover the latest titles. 


You can also use ePlatform by following the link below:




Maths at home:

To help build on your times table knowledge, don't forget to log in to Times Table Rock Stars where you can play a variety of games that test your knowledge and speed. Follow the link below and use the log in details given to you by your class teacher.  Have Fun!


E-Safety at home: 

E-safety Links


Please be mindful of how and what your children are accessing online. With the increase of home learning and the lack of physical contact with each other please remember to talk to your children about E-safety and Cyber Bullying. Below are some useful links on the topic:

We would like to inform you that we have launched Blue Peter on YouTube at CBBC and we were wondering if your pupils and parents would be interested in this – especially now we’re in lockdown.

Blue Peter is the longest-running kids' TV show in the world and we are uploading videos to it that are suitable for 5-11-year-olds. We have world record-breaking challenges, arts and crafts, environmental videos, cooking and baking how tos, inspirational films, gaming, celebrity appearances, dance routines and music performances. We also feature ways of getting a Blue Peter badge, behind-the-scenes footage and extra content about our incredible presenters Adam, Lindsey, Mwaksy, Richie and Henry the Blue Peter dog.